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Iran, No Decision on Camera Deal with UN Nuclear Inspectors

Iran, No decision on camera deal with UN nuclear inspectors

TEHRAN – Iran has yet to decide whether or not to extend an agreement with the United Nations atomic watchdog on access to surveillance footage of its nuclear sites, the Iranian Foreign Ministry said on Monday. Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh’s remarks come after a three-month deal between Tehran …

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Saudi-Led Coalition Destroys 2 Bomb-Laden Houthi Drones

RIYADH – Saudi Arabia-led coalition forces announced that two bomb-laden drones sent by Houthis from Yemen were wiped out on Monday morning. The drones were targeting the town of Khamis Mushait in southwestern Saudi Arabia, according to a coalition statement. On Sunday, the coalition announced that it had eliminated three …

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Pakistan, Iran Back Afghan-led Peace Process

Pakistan Iran back Afghan peace process

ISLAMABAD – Top Pakistani and Iranian diplomats on Thursday discussed the Afghan peace process and the overall regional security environment. Amid foreign forces’ pullout from Afghanistan, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Iran’s Special Envoy on Afghanistan Mohammad Ebrahim Taherian Fard met in Islamabad. Viewing peace in Afghanistan as vital …

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US Confirms Seizure of Iranian Websites, Alleges Disinformation

US confirms seizure of Iranian websites, alleges disinformation

WASHINGTON – The United States on Tuesday confirmed the seizure of dozens of Iranian and Iran-related websites, alleging they were being operated in violation of US sanctions and being used to carry out “disinformation.” A total of 33 websites linked to the Islamic Radio and Television Union of Iran (IRTVU) …

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Biden Should Not Include Regional, Missile Issues in JCPOA

Biden should not include regional, missile issues in JCPOA

TEHRAN – Stating that Biden should not include regional or missile issues in the JCPOA, Iranian parliament’s special assistant for international affairs, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, said he should focus on the deal and commit to returning to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA). “The foreign policy of the next Iranian …

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“We Are Flying Blind without Iran Deal”: Grossi

"We Are Flying Blind without Iran Deal": Grossi

TEHRAN – Stressing on the need to relaunch the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said: “We are flying blind without the Iran nuclear deal”. IAEA Chief, Rafael Grossi, called reaching a deal with the Islamic Republic of Iran as …

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Vienna Talks ‘Proceeding Well’ But Sticking Points Remain

Vienna talks 'proceeding well' but sticking points remain

TEHRAN – Ongoing nuclear talks in Vienna, Austria between Iran and six major powers “are going well”, but “important issues” remain to be resolved, a spokesperson of the German Foreign Ministry said Wednesday. Despite the hopes of diplomats at the Vienna talks to revive the Iran nuclear deal, the German …

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Top Turkish, US Officials Discuss Cooperation Within UN Framework

Top Turkish, US officials discuss cooperation within UN framework

ANKARA – Senior Turkish and American officials on Wednesday discussed cooperation between Turkey and the United States within the framework of the UN in the Turkish capital Ankara. Turkish presidential spokesman, Ibrahim Kalin, and US Ambassador to the UN, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, met in the presidential compound, according to Turkish presidential …

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